Evidently Michael Strahan created at least one enemy during his 15-year football career and subsequent show biz pursuits. According to The New York Post, a 25-year-old homeless man by the name of…wait for it…Andre Johnson attempted to entire the ABC studios in New York on Tuesday. “I was there to kill Michael Strahan,” Johnson told
Andre Johnson’s future in Houston is pretty much up in the air at this point. The 32-year old wide receiver has spent his entire NFL career with the Texans but he’s reportedly frustrated and at odds with the team as they prepare for the upcoming season. There have been rumors that the Texans may consider
Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson did their best Tony Romo and Dez Bryant impersonation Sunday on the sidelines. The argument came after the Texans failed to convert on 4th-and-7 late in their loss on Sunday to the Oakland Raiders. It continued… Schaub is screaming At Johnson as he walks off the field. Johnson is now
It’s been a tragic and shocking handful of days in the NFL — the disturbing murder/suicide involving Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher, the suicide of a Cleveland Browns groundskeeper — and the sports world, in general. Thankfully, we have people like Andre Johnson to brighten the darkest of days. The Houston Texans wide receiver — and
Cosby Sweaters doesn’t agree or disagree with the NFL fining Andre Johnson and Cortland Finnegan for their bar room brawl yesterday, we just want to understand what $25,000 really means to the NFL. Richard Seymour was fined $25,000 for this: AJ and Cortland Finnegan were each fined $25,000 for this: Feels like either Seymour should
Andre Johnson made Cortland Finnegan his own during the Texans v. Titans game on Sunday. Both were ejected directly after.